I have a lot of recurring tasks and my task list in the project view is starting to get incredibly cluttered because it shows all of the completed recurring tasks. I would like the completed tasks to disappear from view so my work space isn’t so busy looking.
You can accomplish this just by selecting Incomplete tasks (see below) and then click the overflow (. . .) menu to the right and Save layout as default.
Thanks Larry, I can see this works for project view but what about subtasks?
If your project view is not filtered and not sorted, then you’ll get > expand/collapse icons before each task which lets you see subtasks in the main list pane (you’ve probably also seen subtasks in the right-side Task Detail pane, but I’m not referring to that here). This expanded display of subtasks will respect the setting of showing Incomplete tasks/All tasks, so that may help. Otherwise, in the Task Detail pane, most of us live with inability to filter out completed subtasks there, or add a “Done” Subsection (Tab+D) and drag all completed subtasks there manually.
Hope that helps,
Thank you that is a good work around. Vincent with Asana Support suggested only having parent tasks as recurring, not subtasks, to avoid the cluttered task detail pane.